Examples of pol in a Sentence
Many of the city's residents have criticized local pols for their decision to close the public library.
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According to the Independent Electoral Commission, nearly 7,000 candidates will vie for 329 seats, and while candidates have campaigned early in the past, this year some pols began pounding the pavement as much as a month ago.
One reason the campaign trail has enticed so many pols is that Republicans’ chances seem strong.
Tuesday’s Illinois primary offered one marquee congressional race that matched an old-fashioned Chicago machine pol against someone who better reflected the wave of the Democratic present and future.
Standing tall for national security and defending disillusioned Americans from maneuvering pols.
The groan-inducing attempts at humor that have marked the breakfast for decades are a mainstay, and, expectedly, so are the pols this year.
But in 2018, there are growing signs the Republican pols who run Congress would like to wrap things up pretty soon and devote themselves to reelection campaigns and other activities remote from actual governing.
Nationally, episodes of powerful pols blocking everyday citizens have been even more outrageous.
And how imperative that an incomprehensible national debt with 15 zeros be slashed over time, likely by future generation of pols.
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